With audaciously modern architectural lines, OVO Wroclaw is a multi-functional and luxurious complex that includes apartments, offices, shops, restaurants and bars as well as a 189-room hotel and conference centre.
One of the big challenges for this project was the design and delivery of the most energy efficient heating and hot water system for the residential apartments, one that would offer optimal comfort to the residents and the lowest possible exploitation cost.
Aalberts Climate Control became involved in the project already four years before completion and was instrumental in advising both the investor and architect on the facility concept. Ultimately we also offered and delivered a tailor-made thermal solution: our decentralised interface units enable each individual apartment to regulate the heat with the hot water being supplied using a heat exchanger.
The fact that the equipment has been developed and tested under laboratory conditions, and that we offered an energy efficient solution that worked meant that investors knew ahead of time that they were getting the best value for money without any compromise to comfort.
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